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[v2.0] Macro Recorder – Record mouse and keyboard actions for infinite replay

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Macros can be seen as a script that consists of a sequence of instructions used to perform a specified task. There are many kinds of macros, among which keyboard and mouse macros are the most common, mainly include mouse movements, mouse clicks and keystrokes. To increase productivity and avoid repetitive tasks, using macros to automate computer operation is the most common and effective solution.

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AutoHotkey – Ultimate scripting language for Windows desktop automation

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AutoHotkey (originally called AutoHotkey_L) is a free and open-source desktop automation scripting language developed based on the syntax of AutoIt, written by Chris Mallett and Steve Gray from Germany. AutoHotkey was designed to simplify a variety of repetitive tasks with one click, the tasks on Windows can be: launch programs, open URLs, fill out web forms, login website accounts, automatically click mouse, record macros, etc.

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